canada, where adoring crowds got up close and personal, with the world's "it" couple. >n terms of access, the thing i've noticed is you don't get any. and if you do, people will pay for it. here at the polo club, people pay thousands of dollars for tickets. and they're literally getting a glimpse of william and kate. >> reporter: you know, this is a very wealthy spot out here. and the players, in order to play on this team with prince william, they actually had to pay $100,000 each. they have now raised $4 million. that's three-times as much as they ever raised before on these polo fields before. david, remarkable place. >> bob woodruff, taking in some polo and the prince tonight. bob, thanks so much. also from southern california this evening, they are remembering a former first lady, betty ford. the betty ford center is there. and mrs. ford died yesterday at the age of 93. she leaves behind a powerful legacy. this evening, in her own words, how she described her addiction while in the white house and the moment her family confronted her.